Watch Sarah Saunders' full report from the village of Yalding:
Dozens of homes have been flooded and villages left under water after the South East was again deluged by persistent rain.
Nationally, the Environment Agency has issued 91 flood warnings, meaning immediate action is needed.
The River Medway in Kent burst its banks and there is severe flooding in East Sussex.
The Medway has flooded parts of towns and villages including Maidstone, Yalding and Teston.
Residents at the Little Venice Caravan Park in Yalding have been rescued by boat, a repeat of scenes in 2014.
Alfriston, in East Sussex, has also been flooded.
Cars in the village have been swept away by the water and the Environment Agency warns there is more rain forecast for Tuesday December 24.
Residents in Yalding have told our reporters that it would help if drivers would stop driving through flooded streets as the wake of water is flooding into people's properties.
Highways England has urged motorists to adapt their driving for wet weather by slowing down, keeping well back from the vehicle in front and easing off the accelerator if steering becomes unresponsive.
The South was soaked by showers throughout Saturday, while emergency services were called to Chertsey, Surrey after a tornado brought down trees and flipped cars.